What is LED?

The term "LED" is an abbreviation for "Light Emitting Diode". An LED is a semiconductor device that is powered by electric current and produces light. LEDs are known for their ability to convert energy into light. LEDs, which can produce light in many different colours, have been used in many lighting fixtures such as road lighting, floodlights, industrial lighting, indoor lighting, architectural and landscape applications, modern city lighting for many years due to their advantages such as energy efficiency and durability. 

LEDs consume less energy and last longer than conventional, incandescent or fluorescent lamps. They are also widely used in a variety of lighting applications, electronic devices and displays because they offer a variety of colour options and are small in size.

The advantages of LEDs include low energy consumption, long life, environmental friendliness, and the ability to switch on and off quickly. Therefore, they are used in lighting, displays, instrument panels, traffic lights, vehicle lighting, televisions and many electronic devices.